Illustrations by the Author. 48pp; 8.5x8.5"; full color illustrations; ISBN 978-0-943972-86-2; $7.95 trade paper.

“Grand Teton National Park is a peaceful and beautiful land!

The mountains stand majestic—the tallest peak called the “Grand.”

In this place where wildflowers bloom, and the Snake River flows, there lives a buffalo all the animals love; they call him Buffalo Joe.”

Little Ebony isn’t like all the other baby blackbirds. Sure she can chirp, sure she can sing—but she can’t fly because she has a broken wing. Although bumped and bruised from her failed tries, Ebony is determined that someday she will be able to fly. Early one morning, Ebony stood at the edge of her nest. She flapped her wings and jumped up in the air, and fell—on top of a rough, tough buffalo named Joe! Together, they learn about friendship, of flight, and of following one’s dream!

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